A True catalogue, or, an account of the several places and most eminent persons in the three nations, and elsewhere,where, and by whom Richard Cromwell was proclaimed Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland
[London]. [s.n.]. .
A true christian svbiect vnder an heathen prince: or Tertvllians plea for allegiance, argued in time of the sixth persecution, under the Emperour Severvs. Ann. Dom. 204. With a briefe application, to the citizens of London
Oxford. Printed by Henry Hall. 1643.
A true collection of the writings ofthe author of the true born Englishman
De Foe, Daniel
London. [s.n.]. 1703. 465p.
A true collection of the writings of the author of The true born English-man
Defoe, Daniel ; Gucht, Michael van der
London. printed, and are to be sold by most booksellers in London and Westminster. 1705. , 470p.
A true confession of the faith
Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1969. (25) p.
A true copie of a paper delivered to Lt. G. Fleetwood, in the presence of divers officers of the Army: to be communicated to the General Council of Officers : from a People who through Grace have been hitherto kept from the great apostacie of this day. Wherein the good old cause is stated, according to the Armie's own declarations and former ingagements... this was delivered the26 day of the second moneth, called April, 1659
London. printed for L. Chapman. 1659.
A true copie of a speech spoken to ... Charles the Second in St. Paul's Church-yard ... April 22, 1661
London. printed by Flesher. 1661. 5 p.
A true copie of the articles whereupon Carlisle was deliver'd June 8. 1645: After it had beene block't up a ... yeare and three weekes, and endured 42. weekes ... siege
Newark, David Leslie
Oxford. printed by Hall. 1645. 4 p.
A true copie of the commission under the Great seal sent from Oxford to severall persons in the city of London, for the destruction of Parliament and citie
London. F.C. (1643). (5) p.
A true copie of the master-piece of: those petitions which have formerly beene presented by the Major, Aldermen, and ... Common Counsell ... being two petitions ... presented the 25 of ... January
London. J.B. 1641 (i.e. 1642). 8 p.
A true copie of the petition of the gentlewomen, and tradesmens-wives,in and about ... London ... to ... the House of Commons ... the 4th ofFebruary: likewise the answer
London. J. Bull. 1641 . 6p.
A true copie of the remonstrance and petition, presented to the ... House of Commons ... by Sir David Watkins ... Mr. Shuite, and others ... earnestly arguing for no accomodation, but a vigorous prosecution of the present warre: With a petition of certaine other citizens of London, intended to be presented for peace
London. Printed by T.F. for J.B. Decemb.14, 1642. (6) p.
A true copie of the speech, made by the honourable Denzell Holles, Esquire, at a conference by a committee of both Houses of Parliament in the Painted Chamber: concerning the Protestation fram'd by the House of Commons, which was solemnly made by every member of the same. Wherein is set forth the Protestation it selfe, and the reasons inducing them to make it; together with their desire, that the Lords would concurre with them in the same zeal and affection for the publick safety. With an explanation upon some doubts made upon the said Protestation
Holles, Denzil Holles
London. [s.n.]. 1641.
A true coppie of a discourse written by a gentleman, employed in the late voyage of Spaineand Portingale
(Amsterdam . Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1972). 58 p.
A true coppy of the petition of the Lord Major, aldermen, and the rest of the Common-Councell of London, presented to both houses of Parliament, March 18. 1641: To vindicate the honour of the city against a false ... petition, printed, and pretended to be exhibited to the Parliament in February last, as The petition of the citizens of London, against the present disposall of the militia ... Together with the severall answers of both houses of Parliament
London. J. Frank. 1642. (5) p.
A true copy of a letter of consolation sent to Nat. the printer, near the Pope's Keys in Fetter-Lane, from the Meal-Tub midwife, in New-gate
Cellier, Elizabeth ; Johnson, W
London. Printed for W. Johnson. 1681. p. : 1/2mo.
A true copy of a letter sent unto the ... Lord Maior of London: from a trusty friend in the army
London. printed by Luke Norton. 1642. 4 p.
A true copy of a paper written by Capt. Tho. Walcott in Newgate, after his condemnation: and delivered to hisson, immediately before his execution
London. Printed for Timothy Goodwin, at the Maiden-head against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street. 1683. 1 sheet (2p.).
A true copy of a petition signed by ...people: in and about ... London ... with a brief apology in the behalf of the petitioners
London. The author. 1657. 8 p.
A true copy of Sir Henry Hide's speech on the scaffold: immediately before his execution before the exchange, on the 4th of March, 1650
London. Printed by Peter Cole. 1650. 15 p.
A true copy of the Journal of the High Court of Justice, for the tryal of K. Charles I: as it was read in the House of Commons, and attested under the hand of Phelps, clerk to that infamous court
Charles ; Phelps, John ; Nalson, John
London. Printed by H. C. for Thomas Dring. 1684. ,lxx,,128,p.,l, plates.
A true copy of the journal of the High Court of Justice, for the tryal of K. Charles I. as it was read in the House of Commons, and attested under the hand of Phelps, clerk to that infamous court
Charles ; Phelps, John ; Nalson, John
London. Thomas Dring. 1684. lxx, 128p.
A True Copy of the Last Will and Testament of George Clarke Esq; LL.D. Late Member of Parliament for the University of Oxford: To which are Annex'd, The Several Codicils subsequent thereto : Containing An account of his Donations to his Relations and friends, in general; and of his Particular Benefactions to Worcester and All-Souls Colleges, Oxon
London. Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1737. [i], 60 p.
A True Copy of the Last Will and Testament of Mr. Justice Price
[London]. By Appointment, Printed for E. Curll, in the Strand. 1733. [i], 34,  p.
A true copy of the last will and testament of the late Reverend Daniel Williams, D.D
London. Printed for R. Burleigh. 1717. 45 p.
A true copy of the last will and testament of the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Lord Bishop of Rochester, and Dean of the Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St. Peter's Westminister
London. [s.n.]. 1715.
A true copy of the last will and testament of Thomas Guy: containing an account of his publick and private benefactions
London. Printed for J. Peele. 1725. 51 p.
A true copy of the last will and testament of Thomas Guy, Esq; late of Lombard-street, bookseller: containing an account of his publick and private benefactions
Guy, Thomas ; Osborn, John
London. printed for John Osborn. 1725. 55,p. : 8vo.
A true copy of the last will and testament of Thomas Guy, Esq; late of Lombard-Street, bookseller. Containing an account of his publick and private benefactions
London. printed for J. Peele. 1725.
A true copy of the paper delivered by Capt. Thomas Smith, alias May, to Mr. Robert Clare ... at execution-dock, on ... 18th of June, 1708
London. 1708. 1 sheet.
A true copy of the paper delivered to the sheriffs of London
(London. 1716). (3) p.
A true copy of the petition of the gentlewomen, and tradesmens-wives in and about ... London ... to the ... House of commons ... the 4th, of February
London. Bull. 1642. 6 p.
A true copy of the petition of the gentle-women, and trades-men wives in and about the city of London delivered to the ... House ofCommons ... Feb. 4, 1641: Likewise the answer which the honourable assembly sent to them
London. J. Wright. 1642. 5 p.
A true copy of the remarkable last will and testament of Mr. Francis Bancroft, citizen and draper of London: In which are inserted the uncommon directions relating to his funeral
London. Printed for J. Peele. 1728. 26 p.
A true copy of the whole printed acts of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland: beginning at the assembly holden at Glasgow the 27 day of November 1638, and ending at the assembly holden at Edinburgh the 6 day of August 1649
(Edinburgh?. s.n.). 1682. (2), 485, (13) p.
A true copy of the whole printed Acts of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland, beginning at the Assembly holden at Glasgow the 27. day of November 1638: and ending at the Assembly, holden at Edinburgh the 6. day of August. 1649. Diligently compared, and exactly reprinted conforme to the foresaid printed Acts
[Edinburgh?]. [s.n.]. 1682. [ii], 485, p.
A true Cornish maid
London . Blackie. (1894). 288p.
A true daughter of the party: a revolutionary opera : libretto
Pyongyang, Korea. Foreign Languages Pub. House. 1978.
A true declaration and just commendation of the great and incomparable care of the Right Honourable Isaac Pennington, lord major ofthe city of London, in advancing and promoting the bulwarkes and fortifications about the city and suburbs: With a vindication of his honour from all the malicious aspersions of malignants
W. S ; W. S
London. Printed for R. Harper. 1643. 10 p.
A True Declaration of the Honorable Victorie by the French King in Noyan
T. Scarlet, for T. Nelson. (1591). 1 v.
A true defence of Henry Sacherverell, D.D. in a letter to Mr D---n
London. printed ... by W. Dolphin. 1710.
A true deliverance
New York. Knopf , distributed by Random House. c1979. x, 298 p.
A true description of all trades
Brooklyn, NY. Mergenthaler Linotype Company. 1930.
A true description of His Majesties royall ship: built this yeare 1637. at Wooll-witch in Kent. Tothe great glory of our English nation, and not paraleld in the whole Cristian world
London. Printed by J. Okes, for J. Aston. 1637. 48 p.
A true description of three voyages by the north east towards Cathay and China: undertaken by the Dutch in the years 1594, 1595, 1596
London. Hakluyt Society. 1853. cxlii,291p., plates.
A true description of three voyages by the north-east towards Cathay and China: undertaken by the Dutch in the years 1594, 1595 and 1596
Veer, Gerrit de ; Phillip, William ; Beke, Charles T
London. Printed for the Hakluyt Society. 1853. cxlii, 291 p.
A true discourse of all the royal passages: and ceremonies, observed at the contract and mariage (sic) of ... Charles, King of Great Britaine, and Henrietta Maria of Burbon
London. H. Barret. 1625. 36 p.
A true discourse of the present estate of Virginia
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1971. 69 p.
A true discovery of the conduct of receivers and thief-takers in ... the city of London: to the multiplication, and encouragement of thieves, house-breakers, and other loose and disorderly persons
Hitchin, Charles ; Wild, Jonathan
London. The Author. 1718. 24 p.
A true discovery of the proiectors of the wine proiect: out of the Vintners owne orders made at their Common-Hall
London. Walkley. 1641. 28 p.
A true Englishman and how he influenced me
Gorakhpur. K.B. Lal. .
A true estimate of the light of inspiration and the light of human learning, before and since the apostolic age
De Coetlogon, C. E
London. printed for R. Faulder. 1788. ,54,p.
A true, exact and impartial history of the horrid and detestable plots and conspiracies, contrived and carried on by Papists, and other wicked persons, for the compassing the death and destruction of ... King William III: Also, an account of the tryals, speeches, confessions and executions of those that have suffered for it
London. printed for Henry Nelme . 1697. [viii],167,p.
A true & exact history of the island of Barbadoes: illustrated with a map of the island, as also the principal trees and plants there, set forth in their due proportions and shapes, drawn out by their several and respective scales ; together with the ingenio that makes the sugar, with the plots of the several houses, rooms, and other places, that are used in the whole process of sugar-making; viz. the grinding-room, the boyling-room, the filling-room, the curing-house, still-house, and furnaces
London . F. Cass. 1998. 122 p.
A true experience
Miami. K & K Records]. [s.n.] [PKL-1987106. 1 sound cassette.
A true extract out of the Commons Journal: of the most principal proceedings of thathonourable House, in this last short meeting; in order to the preservation of the King and Kingdom from the growth of popery, and also for reducing the growing greatness of France
[London]. [s.n.]. 1678.
A true fairy tale
Great World Association. 1960. 271p.,ill.,22cm.
A true historicall relation of the conversion of Tobi Matthew to the holie Catholick fayth: with the antecedents and consequents thereof
A true historical relation of the conversion of Sir Tobie Matthew to the Holy Catholic faith: with the antecedents and consequences thereof
Matthew, Tobie ; Mathew, Arnold Harris
London. Burns & Oates. 1904. xvi, 178 p.,  leaf of plates (front.).
A true history of the College of 'Pataphysics
London. Atlas. c1995. 111p.
A true history of the honest Whigs, a poem: In answer to The thoughts of an honest Tory (by Benjamin Hoadly)
London. 1710. 16 p.
A true history of the scheme for erecting a new seminary for education: with observations upon the several causes of its rise and progress; and an impartial examination of all it proposes. In a letter to William - - - - - - -, Esq
Dublin. Printed in the year M DCC LXIX . 24p. : 8vo.
A true history of the several designs and conspiracies, against His Majesties sacred person and government: as they were continually carry'd on from 1688 till 1697. Containing matters extracted from original papers, depositions of the witnesses, and authentick records
London. Printed for the author, and sold by Abel Roper. 1698. (11), 312 p.
A true impartiall narration, concerning the armies preservation of the King, by which it doth appear, that the Army doth intend the good, life, properties and liberties of all the Commons of England
[London]. [s.n.]. 1647. 11p.
A true interpretation of all the chief texts, and mysterious sayings: and visions opened ofthe whole Book of the Revelation of St. John, whereby is unfolded and plainly declared those wonderful deep mysteries ... with variety of other heavenly secrets
London. 1808. xviii, 325 p.
A true interpretation of the eleventh chapter of the Revelation of St. John: and other texts in that book: as also, many other places of Scripture. Whereby is unfolded, and plainly declared, the whole counsel of God concerning Himself, the devil, and all mankind, from the foundation of the world to all eternity. Never before revealed by any of the sons of men until now
(London?). 1753. xvi, 199 p.
A true interpretation of the witch of Endor: Spoken of in I Sam. 28. begin. at the 11. verse
London. 1669. 54 p.
A true interpretation of the witch of Endor: spoken of in the first book of Samuel, chapter 28 beginning at the eleventh verse
London. Frost. 1856. 43p.
A true interpretation of the witch of Endor, spoken of in the first book of Samuel
London. by R. Brown. 1831.
A true inventory of the goods and chattels of superstition, late of the parish of ignorance, in the county of blind devotion, and in the kingdome of idolatry, deceased
London. Printed for William Lee. 1642.
A true journall of the Sally fleet
Amsterdam. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 1970. 26 p.
A true knowing
M. Russell. 1990. 95p.
A true life reader for children and parents
London. Wildwood House. 1977. (6),130p.
A true list of the knights, citizens and burgesses of the Parliament that met ... 20th of March, 16 89/90
London. 1690. 1 sheet.
A true list of the knights, citizens and burgesses of the Parliament, which met at Westminster the 20th of October, 1702, as they were returned into the Crown Office: with the alterations to the eighth of March, 1704/5
[London]. Printed for and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1705.
A true list of the Lords: as also a ... double list of the ... knights and commissioners of shires, citizens and burgesses, summoned to meet at Westminster, March 17, 1714(5); ... alphabetically digested: viz. 1) Of the names of the members of the present Parliament; with the county or borough ... 2) Of the counties, cities, boroughs ... with the names of the late andpresent Parliament
London. printed by Heptinstall. 1715. 32 p.
A true list of the names of the good men of ... Middlesex: summoned to be of the Grand-jury in the quarter sessions begun at Westminster the sixth day of October, 1681
(London. Harbottle. 1681). 4 p.
A True list of the names of the peers who gave judgment in Dr. Sacheverell's tryal, March the 20th, 1709/10
(London?). 1710. 1 sheet.
A true marriage
Mills & B. 1993. (192)p.
A true medium of the monies payable from 1613 to the yeare 1618: by the masters and owners of divers ships ... for the lights at Winterton
(London. 1621). 2 l.
A true memorial of the ancient, most holy, and religious state of Great Britain: flourishing with apostles, apostolical men, monasteries, religious rules, and orders, in great numbers in the time of the Britains ; and primitive church of Saxons
(London). Published by G.S.P. 1650. (xvi), 411,(5) p.
A true mob story
Hong Kong. Mei Ah. 1 digital versatile disc.
A true narration of all the passages of the proceedings in the generall assembly of the Church of Scotland, holden at Perth the 25. of August, anno Dom. 1618. Wherein is set downe the copy of His Maiesties letters to the said Assembly , together with a iust defence of the Articles therein concluded, against a seditious pamphlet
London. printed by William Stansby for Ralph Rounthwait. 1621. (28),136,152,125,(3)p.
A true narration of that horrible conspiracy against King James and the whole Parliament of England, commonly called the gun-powder treason
Thou, Jacques-Auguste de ; Socrates Christianus
Edinburgh. privately printed. 1885. 64 p.
A true narration of the conference betweene Du Moulin and Gontier, seconded by my Lady Baronesse of Salignac
Du Moulin, Pierre
[U.K.?. s.n. 1615].
A true narration of the two wonderful prophets at Rome: presaging the end of the world to be in the year, 1670 ... also their strange predictions ... from the year 1661 to the year 1670
London. W. Gilbertson. (1660?). 8 p.
A true narrative and discovery of several very remarkable passages relating to the horrid Popish Plot: as they fell within the knowledge of Mr. Miles Prance of Covent-Garden, goldsmith
London. for Dorman Newman. 1679.
A true narrative and discovery of several very remarkable passages relating to the horrid Popish plot: as they fell within the knowledge of Mr. Miles Prance ... viz. I. His depositions concerning ... a particular design against the life of His Sacred Majesty. II. The ... murther of Sir Edmunbury Godfrey ... . III. A conspiracy to murther ... the Earl of Shaftsbury. IV. The traiterous intrigues ... of divers Popish priests
Dublin. [s.n.]. reprinted 1679. [vii],27p.
A true narrative and discovery of several very remarkable passages relating to the horrid Popish plot: as they fell within the knowledge of Mr. Miles Prance of Covent-Garden, goldsmith. Viz. I. His depositions concerning the plot in general, and a particular design against the life of His Sacred Majesty. II. The whole proceedings touching the murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, and the particular circumstances thereof. III. A conspiracy to murther the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftsbury. IV. The traiterous intrigues and immoralities of divers Popish priests
Dublin. Reprinted M.DC.LXXIX . ,27,p. : 4to.
A true narrative of all the proceedings against the Lord Bishop of London (Henry Compton) in the council-chamber at White-Hall, bythe Lords Commissioners appointed by His Majesty to inspect ecclesiastical affairs
London. R. Taylor. 1689. 12 p.
A true narrative of the cause and manner of the dissolution of the late Parliament, upon the 12. of Decemb. 1653
[London]. [s.n.]. 1653.
A true narrative of the engagement between His Majesties fleet, and that of Holland. Begun June the first, 1666. at two a clock afternoon, and continuing till the fourth, at ten a clock at night
London. Printed by Tho. Newcomb. 1666.
A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the Popish party against the life of His Sacred Majestie, the government, and the Protestant religion: with a list of such noblemen, gentlemen and others, as were the conspirators: and the head-officers both civil and military that were to effect it. ...Humbly presented to His Most Excellent Majesty
Oates, Titus ; Tooke, Benjamin ; Crooke, John ; Crooke, Mary ; Charles
Dublin. Reprinted by Benjamin Took and John Crook printers to the King's Most Excellent Majesty; and are to be sold by Mary Crook at His Majesties Printing-House in Skinner-Row. MDCLXXIX . 40p.
A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the popish party against the life of His Sacred Majesty, thegovernment, and the Protestant religion: with a list of such noblemen, gentlemen, and others that were the conspirators, and the head officers both civil and military, that were to effect it
Edinburgh. re-printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson. 1679. (8),32p.
A true narrative of the horrid plot andconspiracy of the Popish Party against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the Government, and the Protestant religion: with a list of such noblemen, gentlemen, and others that were the conspirators, and the head-officers, both civil and military, that were to effect it : published by the order of the Right Honorable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled , humbly presented to His Most Excellent Majesty
London. Printed for Thomas Parkhurst and Thomas Cockerill. 1679. (12), 68 p.
A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the Popish party against the life of this Sacred Majesty, thegovernment, and the Protestant religion: with a list of such noblemen, gentlemen, and others, as were the conspirators : and the head-officers both civil and military, that were to effect it
London. printed for Thomas Parkhurst, and Thomas Cockerill. 1679. , 68 p.
A true narrative of the late success which it has pleased God to give to some part of the Fleet of this Common-Wealth, upon the Spanish Coast: ... Saturday, the 4. of October, 1656. Ordered by the Parliament ... [to be] printed
Hills, Henry ; Field, John
London. printed by Henry Hills and John Field. 1656. p.p.-16 : Fol.
A True narrative of the late success which it hath pleased God to give to some part of thefleet of this common-wealth: upon the Spanish coast, against the king of Spains West-India fleet, in its return to Cadiz: being the substance, of several letters writ and sent by the generals of the fleet upon this occasion. Ordered by theParliament, that this narrative be forthwith printed and published
London. Printed by H. Hills, and J. Field, printers to His Highness, the Lord Protector. 1656. (6) p.
A true narrative of the murders, cruelties and oppressions, perpetrated on the Protestants in Ireland, by the late King James's agents, since his arrival there: Published for the information of the Jacobites, that endeavour his return again
London. printed for Richard Baldwin. 1690. [vi],30p.
A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions holden for London and Middlesex: in the Old-Bayly, the 10th and 11th days of May, 1676
London. J.A. (1676). 8 p.
A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old Baily: Begun on Wednesday the 8th of ... December, 1675 and there continuing till the Saturday following
London. Pierce. 1675. 8 p.
A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly: from ... the 14th of .. January to ... the 17th
London. D. M(allet). 1676. 8 p.
A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly. October 10,11 & 12, 1677: Containing the tryals of thetwo notorious highway-men
London. D.M. 1677. 8 p.
A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly ... on March 7, 1676/7: Seting forth the exact tryals ofTho. Sadler, Will. Johnson, and Tho. Renninger, condemned for stealing the Lord Chancellor's mace and purses
London. 1676/7. 8 p.
A true narrative of the proceedings at the sessions-house in the Old-Bayly ... on ... the 17th of January 1676/7: Giving a full account of the true tryal and sentence of Lodowick Muggleton for blasphemous words and books
London. D. M(allet). 1676/7. 8 p.
A true narrative of the proceedings in the Court of Admiraltie, against the ships Sampson, Salvador, and George: And an accompt presented what silver was taken out of the said ships, and coined in the Tower
London. 1659. (14), 148 p.
A True narrative of the proceedings of His Majesties Privy-Council in Scotland for securing the peace of thatkingdom, in the year 1678: published by authority
London. reprinted at London for A. F. in Kings-Street Westminster. 1678. 19p.
A true narrative of the proceedings of the Dissenting ministers of Dublin against Mr. Thomas Emlyn: and of his prosecution (at some of the Dissenters' instigation) in the secular court, and his sufferings thereupon, for his "Humble inquiry into the scripture account of the Lord Jesus Christ," Annis 1702,-3, -4,-5. to which is prefixed an account of Mr. Emlyn
Emlyn, Thomas ; Whiston, William ; Foster, James
London. Reprinted for the British and Foreign Unitarian Association. 1829. 60p.
A true narrative of the rise and progress of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland: also the history of the Church in Ireland since the Scots were naturalized, by the Rev. Andrew Stewart
Adair, Patrick ; Stewart, Andrew ; Killen, W. D
Belfast. C. Aitchison. 1866. xxxvi,334p.
A true narrative of the rise and progress of the Presbyterian churchin Ireland (1623-1670)
Belfast. C. Aitchison; (etc., etc.). 1866. xxxvi, 334 p.
A true narrative of the terrible fire in Southwark on Friday 26th of May, 1676, whereby these eminent inns: The Queen's Head, The White Hart, The Talbot, The King's Head, The George and the Green Dragon, together with the Prison of the Counter, the Meal Market and about 500 dwelling houses (as moderately computed) were burned down, blown up and wholly destroyed
London. Printed for D.M. 1676.
A true narrative of the 'Wheeler' family
[U.K.]. (s.n.). (s.d.).
A true outline and sketch of the life of Samuel Eyles Pierce
Pierce, Samuel Eyles
London. Published by the Author. (1824). vi, 170 p.
A true pattern of pietie
J. Wolfe. 1592. 1 v.
A True, perfect, and exact Catalogue of all the Comedies, Tragedies, Tragi-Comedies, Pastorals, Masques and Interludes, that were ever yet printed and published till this present year 1661: all which you may either buy or sell at the several shops of Nath. Brook at the Angel in Cornhil, Francis Kirkman at the John Fletchers Head, on the Back-side of St. Clements, Tho. Johnson at the Golden Key in St. Pauls Churchyard, and Henry Marsh at thePrinces Arms in Chancery-lane near Fleetstreet
[London]. [s.n.]. . 16 p.
A true picture of the world, and a looking-glass for all men
London. Printed by Galabin & Marchant ... and sold by E.J. Field ... W. Tozer ... Southwark ... W. Symonds ... and the Miss Eveleighs ... Exeter; ... (and three others in other locations. 1809). 48 p.
A True Promise
Ghazi, Dr. Abidullah
Chicago. Iqra. 1992. 24p.
A true register of all christeninges, mariages, and burialles in the parishe of St. James, Clarkenwell: from the yeare of Our Lorde God 1551
London. (Mitchell & Hughes, printers). 1884-93. 6 v.
A true rehersall of the victory: which the defenders of the trueth have had against the heape ofye Albanists
R. Jones. 1573. 1 v.